Korean university wins Ferrari World Design Contest Also Read - Michael Schumacher's Wife Hiding Formula One Legend’s Condition, Claims Ex-Manager

Out of the 50 universities that participated, students from Seoul's Hongik University have won Ferrari's World Design Contest. IED of Turin placed second and the Royal College of Arts, London, was third. The Seoul students came closest to what Ferrari had in mind when they sent out the design brief. It was first conceptualised in 2D, then 3D models were generated in 3D Autodesk Alias. A 1:4 scale model was also part of the process. All the concepts focused on alternative propulsion systems and weight reduction.  Also Read - F1: Charles Leclerc Edge Past Lewis Hamilton And Valtteri Bottas to Win Ferrari's 1st Italian GP Title in 10 Years

The three finalists received their prizes from Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo, CEO Amedeo Felisa, Paolo Pininfarina, chairman of the Pininfarina Group and Flavio Manzoni, director, Ferrari Styling Centre. For more on the contest, click here. Also Read - F1: Lewis Hamilton Grabs Dramatic Pole in Monaco GP With Record Lap, Valtteri Bottas to Start Second